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i'm savannah guthrie. weather is the story again this morning. severe storms moving east, packing heavy rain, high winds. al is tracking this for us. we'll get to him in just a moment from now. also ahead, bill gates is considered one of the great visionaries of our time. for example, take a look at what he said to tom brokaw in 1992. >> one of the big things over the next couple of years will be getting the computer on enough desktops that we'll actually communicate through what's called electronic mail and it's surprising to me it's not happening a little faster. >> ooh, electronic mail. i think we call this e-mail. i guess he is a visionary. >> any other crazy predictions you want to make? >> it's amazing how fast technology is moving. if you go out 20 years, you'll be able to talk to the computer. it will be kind of pervasive, your walls, your white board. it will see what you're doing, be able to write on it. the next 20 years will be more
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amazing. also, we'll use it to do better education and put technology to use to help the poor as well. >> if you could be more specific, i'm going to call my investment guy about that. >> we'll talk to bill gates about the future of technology. also he talks about changing the world, the enormous generosity of his foundation, having given over $26 billion to date. we're happy to have you here. we'll talk to you about that, mr. bill gates. and the super bowl, the volkswagen ad that has a white man speaking with a jamaican accent. >> a lot of people felt it crossed the line. we asked you at home what you thought and those results were overwhelmingly one sided. we are going share those results with you later on. a story that touched a lot of people. the first soldier to survive after losing all four limbs in the iraq war. he is showing off his new arms after undergoing a double arm transplant.
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this is very rare, very complicated procedure. coming up, we'll talk to two of the doctors that performed it. we want to start with the breaking news in alabama as we speak after a gunman shot a school bus driver and kidnapped a 6-year-old boy. our affiliate wffa is live near the scene. good morning. what can you tell us about what happened here? >> reporter: we still know at this point the boy is being held hostage in a bunker behind me. i'm going to step out of the way so you can see what's going on. in the foreground you can see the command post. the action is up that dirt road there on the other side of the hill. we received new updates since first light. the headline is the boy still remains okay as well as the man who is holding him hostage. we have seen a number of s.w.a.t. team, heavily armed guards walk up the hill,
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presumably to relieve some of the others who have been there. this has been going on for a long time since 3:30 local time yesterday. students were getting dropped off from school when this man allegedly went on the school bus, opened fire and killed the bus driver, took one of the students hostage. now let's hear from one of the neighbors, one of the people in the area who know what's going on. he tells us what happened from here. >> my neighbor got on the school bus shortly after it stopped and let off a couple kids. got on the school bus and demanded two children. he was only able to get ahold of one. i believe he shot the bus driver three times and then retreated back into his land. he is now hidden in his homemade bomb shelter. >> reporter: that's where that man has been with the child ever since. what's also new that we learned
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is the name of the bus driver that was killed was charles albert. he is with the local board of education here since 2009 working as a driver. many people in the area knew about him. one thing that is going to complicate things is the weather moving in. we are expecting heavy storms. the date of birth road is one added complication to the situation here. >> thank you. we want to turn to sergeant rachel david, a spokesperson for the alabama police department. thank you for taking the time. >> caller: thank you for having me. >> first question that comes to mind, what, if any, is the relationship between this suspect and child? do they know each other? do you know why this child was taken? >> caller: certainly law enforcement response has been overwhelming. this is a dangerous situation unfolding. what we can tell you, the
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original call came in at 3:36 p.m. yesterday and reports that there was a shooting involving a school bus. that has been confirmed. we have confirmed that the school bus driver was fatally shot during the original incident. we do extend our sympathies to his family. multiple agencies are on scene. again, with an unfolding situation, we are limited on the details we can express. certainly for the safety of everybody involved. >> certainly, we are concerned about that as well. to my initial question, though, do you know if there's a connection or relationship or is this a case of stranger abduction? >> we have released little information about the child invol involved. it's very sensitive in nature because we have a child we are dealing with. as with anything, we are being very limited on this information
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about the child, the involvement other than confirming there is a child here that is involved. >> is the child okay? there's been contact with the man, his state of mind and the condition of the child. >> caller: it's too early to release information about the contact we have had with him or the child. we are limiting that information as well. >> appreciate your time. we know it's a busy morning for you, too. clearly a developing story. let's talk about the powerful storms impacting people from mississippi up to pennsylvania. al, you have been keeping an eye on them. >> a powerful frontal system is bringing warm, moist air ahead of the cold air. tornado watches from louisiana up into west virginia as the afternoon wears on. we expect those to move further east. we got a risk of strong storms from mobile, alabama up to pittsburgh, as far south as the
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dell ma va peninsula. can't rule out tornadoes with the system. here is what we are looking for. it's bringing a lot of rain. it's got a lot of energy. the jet stream is moving on top of it. we look to the thunderstorms to develop ahead of it. we may see tornadoes. behind it, colder air wrapping around the system. it's going to bring snow. anywhere from two to six inches of rain into the interior sections of new england. flood watches are up in pennsylvania, new york state and behind the system as cold air is drawn in, we are looking at a lot of snow. anywhere from a foot of snow in parts of iowa to a foot of snow in parts of wisconsin, the u.p. of michigan and expecting snowfall amounts upwards of about six to 12 inches or many as you get into northern wisconsin as well. as we watch the system, we are going to see more happening. we expect more tornado watches and warnings as the day wears on.
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>> thanks very much. travel is messy for friends on the west coast. natalie is at the news desk with the other headlines this morning. good morning. >> good morning, matt and savannah. good morning, everyone. tragic new details from brazil. the death toll from this weekend's nightclub fire has now risen to 234. the band performing that night, knowingly purchased and shot off flares intended for outdoor use only. this, according to local police. outdoor flares cost $1 each. indoor flares carry a $35 price tag. other contributing causes to the blaze, including flammable toxic foam, soundproofing on the ceiling and a single exit to the large club did not break any brazilian laws. this, as new haunting video emerges, showing the aftermath inside the club. senate overwhelmingly confirmed massachusetts senator john kerry to succeed hillary clinton as secretary of state. he submitted his letter of resignation as senator effective
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friday. a senate hearing today on the issue of gun violence. officials from the national rifle association are set to face off with advocates for weapon control, including astronaut mark kelly, the husband of wounded congresswoman gabrielle giffords. help is on the way for victims of superstorm sandy across the northeast. the president has signed into law a $50.5 billion measure to allocate funding for the recovery effort. it took congress three months to give the bill the green light. how did nick wallenda cross the road? take a look. on a wire about 200 feet above it. here is the bird's-eye view. it's taken from a camera hooked on to his balancing pole. it may make you nauseous. some 12,000 people came out to watch the death-defying stunt. no tether, no net, matt, savannah and al. it is 7:11.
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>> i'm dizzy just watching it. >> he had cameras on both ends of the pole. >> mr. roker, back with more of a check on the weather. >> the west coast for our friends watching live. for the most part, not a bad day out there. tucson, 56. 34 and snow showers in salt lake. billings 34. 48 in seattle. look for a cloudy day down in san diego. temperatures of 65 degrees. eugene looking at 48 degrees. rest of the country, we are expecting to see more snow showers in the rockies. the big weather story is going to be in the east with storms up to the mid-atlantic states with windy conditions. chicago, yesterday, 63 degrees. on friday, the high of 14. ouch. that's going to leave a mark. look for snow changing to rain in northern new england.
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windy conditions in the northern plains. snow making its way through the great lakes. more lake-effect snow tomorrow. some areas picking up up to a foot. more on that in a half hour. the local forecast after this message. ♪ introducing the radically new avalon. toyota. let's go places. >> announcer: "today in the bay" weather is sponsored by bank of the west. >> good morning. off to a pleasant start around the bay area. mount diablo east. lots of sunshine to start the day. finishing on the same note. 60s in the bay area. close to 60 in san francisco.
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should be a little bit warmer tomorrow. maybe into friday. then extra clouds running cooler this weekend. still dry. next chance of rain dropping in tuesday into wednesday of next week. and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> all right, al. thanks. now to hillary clinton who is stepping down as secretary of state amid speculation about her political future. she sat down with an exit interview with andrea mitchell. good morning to you. >> great to be with you, savannah. hillary clinton told me it is hard to imagine and
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special eyeglasses.
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will her health stop her from running for president again? >> i'm healthy enough and i'll be fully recovered to choose whatever i choose to do but i don't have any decisions made. >> reporter: are you convinced that that fall was caused by dehydration? have your doctors ruled out any vascular event? >> it was a virus. i had a vicious viral attack that caused all of the unpleasant things that viruses can cause. >> reporter: in 2011 when savannah asked her about running again -- >> will you run for president in 2016? >> no. no. you know, savannah, i'm very privileged to have had the opportunities to serve my country and i'm really old fashioned. i feel like i've made my contribution. >> reporter: this time, clinton was not closing the door. do you feel that joe biden, as the vice president, has the right of first refusal, as it were, within in the party? or is it an open competition if you decide to run? >> american politics is always an open competition, but i have
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no -- you know, i have no position on any of this. i have no opinion about it. i'm still secretary of state. i can't really engage in politics. and for the foreseeable future, i don't think that i will be at all political. >> today, clinton has a farewell lunch at the white house. he could have to eventually choose between both clinton and biden if they choose to run for the presidency. for now she plans to work on the clinton foundation and get some extra sleep. something you can relate to, savannah. >> we'll continue to ask her the question and i guess she'll continue to dodge for the moment. thank you so much. >> you bet. >> now here's matt. imagine if you had morme money than just about everybody else in the world, once you got past homes, shopping, cars, doing nice things for your family and your children, what would you do next? microsoft founder bill gates has given it away. donating billions of dollars in
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an effort to fix what he sees as the biggest problems facing humanity. today he is out with his annual update on the foundation's progress. mr. gates, as i said, it's great to have you here. good morning. >> good morning. >> often times we use millions and billions and they almost lose their meaning. we're talking about your foundation, which has now given away more than $26 billion over the last 18 years. when you look at the way you've spent the money, what makes you the most proud? >> it's amazing how we improved health for the poorest children in the world. in 1990, over 12 million children a year died. now that's down to about 6.9 million. and a lot of that is the vaccine effort that our foundation and governments got behind. we can do more. >> talk about an example of that. last year, based on the work of your foundation in india, a country of 1.2 billion people, 27 million live births a year, there was not one case, new case
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of polio reported for the first time ever. was that simply a money thing? was that going in and throwing money at a problem or does it take a lot more than that? >> well, we're down to three countries with polio. so, getting india done was a huge milestone. it's going to take a lot of money to finish it, about 6 billion more. but we're going to have to use satellite maps. we're going to have to use little gps trackers to make sure the vaccine teams go where they're supposed to. a lot of technology. a lot of political will, meeting with leaders and making sure they prioritize this. but we want to make this the second disease ever eradicated. >> reading a letter to people who follow your foundation, often times it's not just about putting money on a problem. ethiopia would be a good example. you have to fix the organizat n
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organizational structure or else you give money and it's used inefficie inefficiently. >> that's right. you have to talk to the leaders, help them get the system set up, to get medicines out to the rural parts of the country. and seeing how to do that has made a very interesting mark. we've got a lot of people in these countries that come up with solutions. no, it's not check writing. >> there are so many great causes out there. and you cannot help everyone. when you go to bed at night, do you -- are you overwhelmed by the idea that you can't help everyone? and does that trump the feeling of the pride you have in the people you have helped? >> no, because we're seeing so much progress. we pick two things to focus on, helping the poorest in the world, often with health and nutrition, and taking the education system in this country and making it an engine of opportunity by reducing the dropout rate, helping teachers
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get better, using technology. we just dive into those and do the best we can. >> you can help in huge way with his the amount of money that you have amassed. we've heard of the generosity of so many other people like warren buffett and our own mayor, michael bloomberg, and others who don't get recognition. the average person out there is generous, i think. they want to be philanthropic but can't give a lot. if someone out there can afford to give $10 to any cause, where would you want them to send it? >> there are a lot of wonderful choices. there's one called donors choose where teachers put up projects and those are for small amounts of money. you go to that website you can help fund a thing that a teacher is trying to do with their class. can you go to save the children. they help mothers have safe births. you can go to th takes donations of any size, so it's amazing that you can be sure these organizations are going to put your money to good
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use. >> we make a lot of -- we talk a lot about the progress that you are achieving here. can you compare for me, though, the feeling you get today from being able to give away millions and billions of dollars to the feeling you had as a young man being able to make your first million dollars? there's no crime in looking back and saying, boy, that was fun. compare the feelings for me. >> what you really feel is what you've achieved. if a piece of software gets out there and lots of people love it and lets them get their work done in better ways, that's exciting. po when polio finally gets eradicated in the next six years, that feels good, too. i like my work just like i like making software. >> tell me about your kids. i think they're around 6, 8 and
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11, those ages? >> yep. >> i have kids, too. what age do your kids get cell phones? >> we've inside our family you get one at age 13. they always come home saying, other kids have it, it's embarrassing not to. >> you just bought me two years. do you skand melinda keep the passwords? >> not the 16-year-old. she's independent, and that's always very tricky for parents now. >> bill gates, congratulations on your foundation. it's always great having you here in new york. thank you. coming up, a first look at the super bowl commercial you'll be talking about long after the big game. also ahead, the man who admits to masterminding that girlfriend hoax with manti te'o is speaking out for the first
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time, and we'll talk about that. but right now, this is "today" >> announcer: "today in the bay" weather is sponsored by bank of the west.
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still ahead, an iraq war veteran lost all four limbs, proudly shows off his new arms. we'll talk to the doctors who performed the rare double transpla transplant. >> after your local news. for minor digestive issues. exactly, it's also important for my overall well being because it helps regulate my digestive system. and when you feel good on the inside, it shows on the outside! whether at work, with friends, on a special night, or just enjoying an activia. shine from the inside out with activia. ♪ dannon >> announcer: you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning, everybody. i'm john kelly.
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we have a deadly crash in livermore. mike has the details. >> folks, we have the chopper over the scene here. you can see what remains of this car after the car had the initial crash. then a car fire. eastbound 580 right around the greenville road exit. you see traffic is starting to move again. for the last few minutes we had a complete stop on the eastbound direction. the top of the screen, you see the westbound traffic slowing past the scene. a big distraction. there are a number of emergency vehicles. we had the fire and emergency for a number of lanes. two lanes eastbound blocked. the map shakes out like this. eastbound direction which doesn't typically see a backup as you approach greenville. look at the westbound commute selection. heavily impacted by the crash coming out of the pass. two more crashes heading toward hacienda and the dublin interchange through livermore. a tough drive.
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moving southbound for 680 through the area. 880 after earlier crashes cleared through hayward. we have traditional slowing down into fremont for south 880 where the south bay has your northbound commute really kicking in. look at the 280 interchange. the skies are clear now. >> you will need sunglasses for the morning commute no matter where you are. nice clear sunshine. mount diablo looking nice. temperatures today but the sunny start to the day eventually into the 60s. closer to 60 in san francisco. in the north bay and east bay hills with offshore winds picking up for the afternoon. highs in the mid 60s. maybe upper 60s around santa cruz for the afternoon. seven-day forecast will continue to warm up as we finish the work week and the weekend we'll see cooling. partly cloudy skies moving through the weekend. next chance of rain in the seven-day forecast. likely by wednesday of next week. john in. >> a good looking forecast. thank you very much. a deadly accident on the 580 now tying up traffic many the east
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bay. mike will be back in a half hour to tell you more about it. we will, too. see you then. the "today" show rolls on.
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daddy, can you put this back for me?
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>> i'd love to, sweetheart, but the guys are waiting for me. >> i've got doritos. >> what's the holdup? >> pretty cute. that's one of the commercials they're hoping will catch your attention on super bowl sunday. >> if i had a quarter for every time i dressed up. >> that's a different segment altogether. we preview that and what you'll want to watch coming up on this wednesday morning, january 30. i'm savannah guthrie alongside matt lauer. >> we told you about the volkswagen get happy commercial. it's stirring up some controversy because when the white man speaks in the jamaican accent, some people thought that was offensive and went over the line. we'll talk about that. and we'll review a poll, do you think it goes too far? we'll see what you had to say. also ahead, a second chance
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for a young army veteran who lost all four of his limbs in combat. he recently underwent a double arm transplant. we're going to hear from him and talk to the doctors behind this remarkable procedure. and we're going to catch up with liza minelli and her castmates from the landmark oscar-winning movie "cabaret" 40 years later. ronaiah tuiasosopo sat down with dr. phil for an interview i airing on his show thursday and friday this week. what was the motive behind it all? here's nbc's mike taibe. >> reporter: when ronaiah tuiasosopo told phil mcgraw his voice became famous with manti te'o, his on-line identity was about to blow up. >> i wanted to go through with it because after all i went
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through, i just realized i had to move on with my life, and i had to get living and let this go. >> reporter: he said he spent hours with the young california man and his parents. >> ronaiah had a lot of young life experiences that damaged this young man in some very serious ways. >> reporter: they all watched katie couric's interview with te'o and watched in disgust with what they called his humiliation, falling in love with a picture used without permission and accompanied by a hoaxer's voice. so persuasive to te'o that even after it was suggested he had been had, he talked about his girlfriend lennay kekua as if she was real. but te'o, ron take tuesday told mcgraw, had no role in the hoax. >> absolutely, unequivocally no.
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>> reporter: the big question is why? why did the hoaxter keep it going not just for months but for years, most likely knowing it would go public to everyone's regret. >> here we had a young man who fell ro mantically, deeply in love. >> did he say that? >> reporte . >> i asked him straight up, was this a romantic relationship with you? and he said yes. i said, are you, therefore, gay? and he said, well, when you put it that way, yes. and then he caught himself and said, i am confused. >> reporter: te'o believed the voice on the line was his lennay. >> i love you so much, hon. >> doesn't that sound like a girl? >> but ronaiah tuiasosopo insisted the voice was his and that the relationships on both sides around a fatally fake core had to end. >> there was a time when te'o
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and lennay broke up, but something would bring them back together, something going on in their life, therefore, my life. >> reporter: a life interrupted by a cruel hoax. >> i think this guy sounds extremely confused. we want to get a check of the weather now from mr. roker. >> thanks so much , guys. we have kids here from the guardian school in manhattan. do you guys go to school after this? >> yes. >> you're a good-looking group. i like it. catholic schools raising the standard. i went to a catholic school myself. let's show you what's going on. we have lake effect snow coming. the great lakes have no ice on them. they have strong winds coming out of the west-northwest, so this is going to dump snow squalls for the next 72 hours. generally about 3 to 6 inches, but from traverse city, marquette down to kalamazoo
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could get a foot to a foot and a half of snow. some areas up to 2 feet of snow, also between syracuse and watertown as you a sunny start to the day now from san francisco looking out to the east bay. interesting the building tops peeking out through the haze around oakland. notice the high clouds going by. we saw a few on the live view from san francisco. hour by hour for temperatures through lunchtime. warming quickly. low 60 ohs as early as noon and 1:00. should see low to mid 60s bay area wide. warmer tomorrow. the coast close to 70 cooling off with extra clouds for the weekend. >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? all right, al, thanks. it is an incredible story of survival and a wounded miracle. a war veteran received a double arm transplant. in the moment we'll talk to two of the doctors who performed it, but first nbc's pentagon
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reporter has this inspiring story. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. this is truly a remarkable story of modern medicine, and a young man's courage and determination to overcome an imaginable diversity. ferdinand marco sat before a news conference flexing his arms, newly transplanted just six weeks ago. >> i never accepted the fact i didn't have arms, so now that i have them again, it's almost like it never happened. >> reporter: as a soldier in iraq, he lost his arms and legs in a roadside bomb, the first double amputee in the u.s. military. after weeks of therapy in a military hospital, he mastered his new limbs, all four of them. but listen to morocco when he talks about the loss of one but not the other. >> i hated not having arms. i was all right not having legs.
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not having arms takes so much away from you, even your personality. >> reporter: so last december a team of doctors at johns hopkins working 13 hours straight transplanted two arms from a deceased anonymous donor. due to the threat of rejection, the bone marrow was also transplanntran transplanted. while motion is limited and he still has no feeling in his fingers, progress is coming. scratching his nose is now second nature. the first time he actually moved his arms was a shocker. >> one of my friends was just, like, freaking out. he was like, did you do that on purpose? >> reporter: morocco's goal is to drive his car and compete again in sports. with his unbridled spirit and deep determination, his doctors have no doubts. >> i feel like i'm getting a second chance to start over after i got hurt. >> reporter: now, doctors predict it could take as long as three years before those limbs fully regenerate, and before morocco gains maximum use of his
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arms. but i can tell you, being in that room with him yesterday, you could just feel all of his energy and enthusiasm. so i'm guessing he's probably got his own timetable, savannah. >> that he does. thank you. dr. d.p. andrew led the 13-person team that led the transplant. good morning to both of you gentlemen. >> good morning. >> dr. lee, i'll start with you. we saw that brendan is already using his hands to text. we saw him scratch his nose. is this a lot of progress for somebody who is only six weeks out of surgery? and how do you expect him to develop over these next years to get back the use of his hands? >> well, brendan has done extremely well since the surgery. we're very happy with his progress. but the progress eventually will take time, as you already mentioned. we expect that he will first regain elbow motion in his transbender right arm and then
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wrist and eventually fingers. feelings will also gradually come back, which is the important part of the arm function. everything, again, can easily take two to three years. >> this was a 13-hour surgery, as we mentioned, 16 surgeons. and it's incredibly complicated. they had to connect plates and screws, muscles and tendons, veins and arteries, nerves and then finally skin. can you, dr. shore, even just put into words what an incredibly complex procedure this is? >> well, it's a procedure that all of us rehearsed multiple times to try to take as much of the unknown and unexpected out of it so we could break it down into an organized fashion, and the way we do that is by surrounding ourselves with excellent surgeons who have a great interest who are already very good at what they do, and then we all put our heads together and come up with what we think is the best possible plan, we practice it over and over, and when the real event shows up, everything went just like we had rehearsed it, so we
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were very happy with the results. >> dr. lee, so many people were impressed with this young man yesterday. he comes across as upbeat, funny and positive. you yourself, i think, called him stubborn in a good way. how much does it make a difference that the patient is able to be so upbeat and so involved in his recovery? >> well, we think that's extremely important, and that's why we selected brendan as one of the candidates. he is a very determined person who has endured a lot and absolutely deserving because he has sacrificed so much for our country. mostly it's his motivation for hard work and his optimism that made him such an ideal candidate for our operation. >> we're happy to see it going so well so far. i hope you'll keep in touch with us and let us know how he's doing, dr. lee and dr. shore. thank you, gentlemen, and congratulations as well. >> thank you, savannah. coming up, the commercials
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independent associate producers. good to have you here this year. >> good to be here. >> the audience will get to choose the ending of some commercial commercials. >> it's all about the engagement all together. we're teasing spots, right? we're looking at people using a second screen and actually interacting with spots. and we're hoping that they're going to pass them on. in fact, numbers show they will. 35% looking at super bowl ads before the super bowl. 40% sharing them. so we have these numbers that show a big push towards engagement. >> let's talk about that engagement, that interactive quality. first commercial we'll show is for coke. the viewer has a choice. take a look. ♪ ♪
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>> all right. the idea is the viewer is going to get to choose who gets to the bottle of coke first miechlt money is on the show girls. why do you like this ad? >> again, it brings in gamification. not ohm are you watching the ad but you're going to interact. people have a second or third screen in front of them while you're watching the game. they're going to pick it. my daughters picked the show girls, too. >> doritos always get a lot of buzz for their commercials. let's take at this year's spot and tell me why you like it. >> daddy, can you play princess with me? >> i would love to but the guys are outside waiting for me. >> got doritos. >> what is the holdup?
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>> go, neil. >> is that my wedding dress? >> could be. >> so, kids and humor. >> it's seven years that doritos have been doing commercials at super bowl t jumped the shark for a while because professionals actually got into the gag. this ones one that a student did win. it's easy, right? it's basically a sitcom. it's not a real ad but sitcom brought to you by doritos. they're fun, goofy and work well in a big room with a lot of viewers. >> we have talked about go daddy commercial the past few years. let's look at their entry. >> joe, when are you ever going to put your idea online? >> relax. >> how do you know no one else has thought of it? >> because they haven't, kelly. >> it's totally original. >> one in a gazillion. >> other really? >> really? >> it's idiot proof. >> thank goodness i put it
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online first. >> more champagne? >> more, sky waitress. >> i don't know why, but i love that commercial. >> great punch line. go daddy, danica patrick for all these years. she has appeared in more super bowl ads than anyone, 12 ads over the last nine years. they've brought it to a new level. they always did this in-house. it was just about her. they brought in deutsch, the agency, so you understand what go daddy is about a bit. we didn't really know what it was about before. >> you'll come back the end of the week and we'll do this again? >> we'll do it on friday. >> matt miller, always good to have you here, matt. is volkswagen going too far with its super bowl commercial? the professionals will give us their take on that. and a surprise on the new list of america's most popular dogs. but first, these messages. ♪ this is amazing, how did you find us? i thought we might be related, so i had a fiber analysis done
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greenville. what remains of the car was on fire. one of the two or three involved in a crash, a deadly crash. another car with a lot of significant front end damage. this is east 580 at greenville. that's why we have four of five lanes blocked right at the scene. again, they had to block traffic as they moved stuff around. traffic is slowing. the maps will show you the back-ups here. eastbound counter commute not expected. slow westbound because of the distraction which continues. the traffic getting lighter through the rest of the tri valley. 680 moving smoothly. 80 really no break in either direction between fremont and san lorenzo. a new crash around a street. let's look north at a live shot past the colosseum. there you see traffic jamming up around high street into downtown. we all see the sun coming out. looks like a nice view. >> no fog around the bay. from san francisco to alcatraz a
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nice sunny start to the morning. high pressure keeping the skies clear today. hour by hour for temperatures. by lunchtime already low 60s around the bay area. mid 60s in warmer places closer to the coast and inland valleys. tomorrow, a little bit warmer. maybe even close to 70 around santa cruz. a few extra clouds and a slight drop in temperatures saturday to sunday. john? >> all right, rob. thank you very much. once again on 580 a deadly accident if you're headed out the door plan for another way around there. mike, we'll check back in a half hour with another local update. the "today" show rolls on. hope to see you soon.
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♪ life is a cabaret old chum
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it's a cabaret old chum ♪ >> how about you sing it for us? >> we're back now on "today," wednesday, january 30g9, 2013. liza minnelli's performance in "cabaret." can you believe it's been 40 years since that hit the big screen. >> wow! >> liza minnelli is here along with joel grey and michael york. i loved that movie. mid 40s going up where? >> in the 50s and we get knocked back down again tomorrow. >> what's with you? we were trying to enjoy the day. >> chicago, 63 yesterday. by friday it's going to be 14. ha! >> it is nice out here. >> it is. in case the weather man doesn't
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have an exciting forecast. >> that's true. new website lets you put up six seconds of video at a time. do you know how i like to think of it? >> what do you think of it as? >> instagram but with video. >> wow! >> i heard you say this. do we really need this? we will ask the professionals. also, natalie and i are hitting the road. we'll be in the respective super bowl cities. i'm going to be in san francisco. natalie will be in baltimore. we're going to have our field trip, our friday field trip. get ready for super bowl. >> like a pep rally. >> that's right, leading the team. >> trash talking. >> oh, yeah. natalie's going down. >> the best person wins. let's go in to the aforementioned natalie morales. >> mark my words, al will be dressed as a big raven monday morning. good morning, everyone. in the news this morning, at
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least one death has been blamed on severe storms that are on the move this morning, through the southern and central parts of the country. a man was killed by a fallen tree in nashville, tennessee. tornado watches were in effect from mississippi to ohio and west virginia. and the storms threatened to dump as much as five inches of rain as they moved east with snow piling up right behind. an overnight standoff in southern alabama is ongoing this morning after a man boarded a school bus tuesday, fatally shot the driver and escaped with a 6-year-old boy. the gunman is holding the child in a nearby homemade bunker. a police s.w.a.t. team and negotiators are on the scene. u.s. regulators are investigating whether boeing knew about battery problems on 787 dreamliners months before the problem grounded planes worldwide. they replaced ten of the batteries because of performance problems and told boeing about
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the swap. boeing in japan said it would not comment while a federal investigation is under way. as she finishes her final week, secretary of state hillary clinton is leaving her options for the future wide open. she told nbc's andrea mitchell that her recent health problems will not be a factor in deciding whether she will run again for president. >> i'm healthy enough and my stamina is great enough. and i'll be fully recovered to do whatever i choose to do. but i don't have any decisions made. >> when asked if vice president joe biden should get first shot at the democratic nomination clinton replied that, quote, american politics is always an open competition. toyota is announcing two separate safety recalls involving about 1 million vehicles. the first covers 752,000 corolla sedans and crossovers. the other recall involves 270,000 lexus is sedans from
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2006 to 2012 model years to check for a loose nut on the wiper wheels. revised app outlies areas where pyongyang operates harsh camps for prisoners. movie fans are talking about a mystery solved after more than four decades. no, it was not co-star ann bancroft's leg that appeared on the dustin hoffman film "the graduate." linda gray is fessing up she was the leg double and earned just $25 for the shoot when she was just an unknown, aspiring actress. viral prankster is at it again, telling unsuspected victims that they have a be.
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on them and enjoying their reactions. take a look. >> you've got a be. on you. [ bleep ]. >> you have a bee. you have a be. on your back. it's in your hair. there it is. you got a bee on you. right there. >> atwood pulled the prank on a college campus where most of those stung by the bee were more amused than angry. let's go back outside to al with a check of the weather. >> he's taking a real risk. >> i've seen that one done before. >> all right. thanks so much. talking about "cabaret" and the cast, an original poster from the movie. you got joel grey's signature on that. >> i just need the other three. >> maybe they'll sign that for you. thanks so much. let's check out your weather, see what's going on. pick city of the day happens to be albany, georgia, nbc 10. severe storms will be developing there. 77 for a high today. we do have a risk of strong storms, tornado watches from mississippi all the way up into
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ohio and west virginia until later this morning, on into the afternoon. risk of strong storms stretching up into the ohio river valley. wet weather moves in to the pacific northwest. we're also looking at rain here in the northeast. snow in the great lakes. look for snow showers in the central rockies. temperatures looking pretty cold as you get through the plains. bismarck today, a high of five below. nice start to the day, san jose. silicon valley sunshine right now. can't really see any clouds out there. still 44 degrees in san jose. but look at livermore. warming up for the trivalley this morning. we'll see temperatures bay area wide mostly in the low 60s this afternoon. 60s san francisco. then on the coast, a bit warmer the next two days. into the weekend partly cloudy skies, slightly cooler into early next week. >> and that's your latest
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weather. >> al, thanks. coming up next, professionals attack today's big talkers. and the cast of "cabaret" reunite live in our studio, 40 years later. big change to gatorade, thanks in part to a young girl who spoke out. we'll have all that and more, next. bright students are getting lost in the shuffle. and administration's work gets more complex every year. when you look at these issues, do you see problems or opportunities? with an advanced degree in education from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to meet these challenges and make a difference in the lives of students. let's get started at capella.edu.
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♪ dannon back now at 8:11 with "today's" professionals, star jones, donny deutsch and dr. nancy snyderman here to weigh in on the day's hot topics. let's get right to the volkswagen super bowl ad. some people think this crosses a line, that it's offensive. take >> i hate mondays. >> yeah, they're the worst. >> no worries, man. everything will be all right. yeah, man. oh, don't fret. sticky bun come soon. >> hey, dave, you're from minnesota, right? >> yes, the land of 10,000 lakes, the gopher state. >> so in conclusion, things are pretty dismal. >> you know what this room needs? a smile.
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who want to come with i? >> you got the idea, a white guy named dave from minnesota doing a jamaican accent. some people think this is offensive. in fairness, this comes from deutsch l.a. you sit out, donny. star and nancy, is it offensive? >> i like it. >> i'm not offended in the least bit. jamaica is from a place where people work really hard. if that's the way you are going to convey it, i'm for it. >> the minute he started talking, i found myself smiling. i don't think it's racist. i recognize it as comedy. i think it's funny. >> i would like to see another person of color within that. i'm more concerned with the offense. >> first of all, serious advertisers take what they do seriously. at agency deutsch l.a., research actually spoke to 150 jamaican-americans to find out. we are very sensitive. overall they thought it was celebratory. you're elevating that culture
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and the white culture is seen as boring i actually have a bigger issue, particularly when -- on the show yesterday when a white person comes on and says that's racist. you can say we don't like it, but we throw that word around a lot. that's a very charged word. >> it takes me back to carefree times, toes in the sand, waves crashing in the beach, no cares, no worries. i love the images. >> i do, too. >> we asked people online what they thought. did it cross the line? was it offensive? 93% of the people said no, it's not offensive. 7% said yes. >> i think it's a reminder that we all need to get over ourselves a little bit. >> let's move on. football. we talked about how dangerous a sport it can be on this show. we talked about, should we let our kids play football? the president weighed in, making this comment. i'm a big football fan. i have to tell you, if i had a son i would have to think long and hard before i let him play football and i think those of us who love the sport will have to wrestle with the fact that it will probably change gradually
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to reduce some of the violence. will a comment like that help to speed the change in the sport? >> i don't think so very much. i think what's interesting in obama's point of view, socioeconomically where you are on the spectrum has to do with if you let your son play football. if that's your ticket to gold -- you are still playing football. >> race does play a role. >> it's more socioeconomic status. >> my brother-in-law played professional football. my other brother-in-law played for howard university. and both my nephews played football. one decided not to do it in college. >> i wouldn't let my son play. >> my son charlie played football in junior high school. he was so bad that i was so glad he was demoted to giving kids snacks and water. i knew he was going to get block knocked off. >> would you let your son -- >> i would be really hesitant to let my son play. he's not a big kid. i'm more than happy with him in basketball and baseball. >> i've never been so happy to
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see a kid of mine not do well in sports. >> public safety here. i'm going to play you an audio commercial or appeal by david clarke, sheriff of milwaukee county. it was released recently. take a listen. >> i'm sheriff david clarke and i want to talk to you about something personal, your safety. it's no longer a spectator sport. i need you in the game. but are you ready? with officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option. you can beg for mercy from a violent criminal, hide under the bed or you can fight back. but are you prepared ? consider taking a certified safety course in handling a firearm so you can defend yourself until we get there. you have a duty to protect yourself and your family. we're partners now. can i count on you? >> i don't have a lot of time. it gets your attention. is it bad advice? >> it's irresponsible. >> it's irresponsible and dangerous. vigilanteism, you don't hear anything about safety. arm yourself. cops won't be there. >> he's saying take a course and learn how to use a firearm. >> politically, i'm surprised legally they were able to run
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that ad. >> i'm absolutely surprised that's legal for him to even say and it's irresponsible for him to suggest to put more guns on the streets and to frighten people. >> there's buyback programs ever where. >> that's the only way for them to protect themselves. it really isn't. >> that's not a role of leadership. >> we'll see if we can get david clarke on the show and make that happen. professionals, thank you very much as always. up next, this is going to be fun. the cast of the movie "cabaret" together again, 40 years later in our studio, after this. pleasures can simply hurt. the sadness, anxiety, the loss of interest. the fatigue and aches and pains. depression hurts. cymbalta can help with many symptoms of depression. tell your doctor right away if your depression worsens, you have unusual changes in behavior or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta is not for children under 18.
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this morning, we have the cast here to celebrate its 40th anniversary. we'll speak with them in a moment. yes, 40 years. a look back at the famous club. ♪ when the film adaptation of the broadway musical "cabaret" was released in 1972, it won eight academy awards, including best actress for liza minelli. ♪ best supporting actor to joel gray as the master of ceremonies in the kit kat club and best director bob fosse. ♪ maybe this time i'll be lucky ♪ >> set in 1931 prewar germany against the backdrop of the rising nazi regime, performances by michael york as sally's boyfriend, marisa berenson as a
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wealthy jewish german heiress plus a score by the writing team of john candor and fred that provided sposhl commentary of the time. with its gritty, realistic approach that broke with the tradition of the old-style musical, "cabaret" was hailed as a groundbreaking film, provocative, risque, and wildly entertaining. liza minelli, joel grey, marisa berenson, michael york are here in new york for a newly restored version of "cabaret" released on a 40-year anniversary blu-ray and dvd february 5th. when was the last time you all four were together in a room? do you get together a lot? >> we do, actually. don't we? >> when the print was first made we all had a chance to see it.
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we all gasped, it's so gorgeous. >> we've all remained friends for years, you know. we've seen each other over the years. >> such extraordinary experience. >> i was going to say, you all went on to amazing careers. is there something about this moment in time for all of you, liza? >> well -- >> celebration of life. >> it was great fun, you know. i didn't do the play. and i did the film. they rewrote the film so that michael and i had a great thing to do. but they sent us to germany, you know. i could hear people whispering, well, what are we going to -- how are we going to advertise it, the nifty nazi froly? no. they sent us to germany to make this film. and they left bob fosse alone. that was one of the best things they could have done. >> absolutely. >> those who aren't familiar with the film or have forgotten, you hear "cabaret" and you think
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of something so light and airy. in fact, there are elements of this that are very dark and very edgy. is that right, joel? >> i would say it's probably darker than it is light. >> yes. >> the entire idea of this film and this story is dark, dark. and the fact that we get a laugh or two here or there is like, you know, gold. >> and, michael, groundbreaking. you played a character who was not only in love with liza's character, sally, but had another love interest, a man. take us back to this period of time in our country. this was rather unorthodoxed, was it not? >> it was very repressed. people didn't talk about it certainly not in the movies. this gentleman was bisexual. now, of course, it seems so harmless. but back then it was sort of a big deal. but this was groundbreaking. i think everyone would agree. bob fosse, this extraordinary man, had a vision and for the first time nobody broke into song in the middle of -- except
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on one occasion. it was all in the nightclub. >> so it made some sense to a lot of people, that's one thing that irritates them, characters bursting into song. they don't do that. you talk about bob fosse. liza, i was amused to hear that initially he came to you and wanted to show more of liza minnelli than you did. >> we were at the waldorf and went down to get a cup of coffee. and he was provocative from the get go. >> thank goodness. >> yes, very. >> and he said, well, what do you -- how do you feel about exposing yourself? i said, well, how do you feel about exposing yourself? we started to laugh. >> he tried to expose me. he did. >> i said i don't think it's necessary. do you? he said, well, i sort of -- i want to -- let me think about it.
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and then he didn't do it, which was wonderful. >> we know who prevailed on that one. marisa, how do you think about this movie? how did it change your life? >> it changed my life completely. it was the second movie i had ever done. they didn't even know if i was an actress or not. i went to london to do a test, screen test and got this part and found myself in berlin. on the day with the tea party scene. i was so terrified walking down with that hat and he said what on earth is your hat trembling for, you know. i was like, you know, this newcomer. but liza and joe and everybody and michael was so generous and kind and made me feel good. >> it's like we were over somewhere where nobody knew. this secretive film, which they kept sending notes from the studio. it's too smokey in the cabaret.
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it will break up. or -- >> it's too provocative. >> there was a time you remembered when they were going to close us down. >> so fun to reminisce. we could do it forever. unfortunately, i'm out of time. it's great to have you here. thank you. you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning. 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a sad day for the family of a girl on the anniversary of her disappearance. she was last seen walking home back in 1989. her family and supporters will travel the same path she took before she was abducted. the public is invited for tonight's walk that starts at wells middle school at 7:00 p.m. a church service will be held at st. raymond catholic church. having problems this morning with that morning commute.
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a couple of accidents to report. >> we'll take to you the peninsula for a start. look at palo alto, 101 jammed in both directions. north away from us. look at this map. we have two crashes, one around whipple and another around woodside. they're frozen as well. there's the jam coming past the dunbarton bridge. a crash cleared approaching the san mateo bridge, but 880 is still slow. the sig alert at greenville. >> thank you very much, mike. another update in a half hour or so.
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8:30 now on this wednesday morning, it's the 30th day of january, 2013. some of the folks that have said hello to us. coming up, we have a brand new -- michael bolton, we know his songs.
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dr. oz is here to tell us more about that. we're going to meet that young lady there at the age of 15. she's now 16. it's a david and goliath story. we'll hear more about it. >> amazing young girl. coming up, one week from today, mark your calendars, if you are in the area, come on down. we've got a little fever in the air. it will be a year out from sochi, the winter olympics. we're excited. >> we're going to transform this into a ski slope. mt. rockefeller with a lot of u.s. hopefuls. that's "today's" countdown to sochi next wednesday right here on "today." >> actually, you have a look at some of the venues in sochi at night, coming into us. if you are not in the olympic fever yet, you will be soon. pretty shots of what we're looking forward to.
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we want to say hello to our spokesperson for the kennel club. you bring puppies, so we're thrilled with that. you'll reveal the top breeds of the year. reveal how you determine what the most popular breeds are. >> they are based on the american kennel club statistics for the year. we have america's favorite five breeds here today. >> it's a big year for the bulldog. tell us about that. >> for the first time the bulldog is in the top five. it's pushed out the yorkie. >> yay! >> and this is a very courageous, loveable, dependable breed. they be make great family pets. they're known for their wonderful, massive head and they are awesome for families. >> nice to have the bulldog on the list. at number four, we have a favorite, the beagle. >> we have the beagle, america's favorite. he is known as a little rabbit hunter. he is very energetic, cheerful, fun and a great family dog. they're all great family dogs. >> number three, the golden retriever. >> that's right. super intelligent, eager to
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please, highly trainable, makes a great pet. they can train to do anything, service dogs, therapy dogs. >> thrilled to be in our show. >> speaking of dogs that can be trained to do anything, smart dogs, german shepherds. number two. >> they're active, agile, alert. they can be a little aloof with strangers. that's because they're so smart and discerning. they are the most popular breed for our nation's security watchdog, service dogs. they're amazing. >> last but certainly not least, little lab. tell us about him. >> for 22 years in a row, labrador retriever is america's most favorite breed because they're loveable, smart, kind, gentle. they're great with all kinds of families and all kinds of households. >> hey bulldog, you can knock off the labrador. >> they're adorable. >> from the american kennel club, any time you want to bring cute puppies, you are welcome. >> you can see the complete list on the akc website.
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one through 175. >> you have a check of the weather. sunny start to the day in san francisco right now. you can see the cruise ship has pulled into the embarcadero. a good day for a cruiseship to visit san francisco. the next two to three days close to 60 in san francisco. low 6 in san jose. mid to upper 6 later on. santa rosa. heading into the weekend, partly cloudy skies, slight cooldown. next chance of rain holds off tuesday into wednesday the following week >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks. coming up next, a 16-year-old girl's mission to get an ingredient remove
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modern day david and goliath story involving a 15-year-old girl from mississippi that fought one of the biggest beverage companies. >> very few of us read the labels for everything we eat or drink but that's exactly what sarah kavanagh does. when she came across an ingredient that troubled her, she decided to do something about it. when 16-year-old sarah kavanagh from hattiesburg, mississippi, reached for a gatorade after playing outside with her younger brother, she noticed an unfamiliar ingredient, brominated venlgable oil. the vegan turned to google and was surprised at what she found. >> potentially bad side effects. i don't want my family to drink it. i wouldn't want anyone else to drink it. >> reporter: bvo is a food additive. it's banned for use in foods in places like europe and japan and many have concerns about its safety.
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>> in animal studies, high doses of bvo clearly are harmful, whether the low doses in human foods are also harmful, we simply don't know. this chemical needs more research. >> reporter: food and drug administration says based on its review of the science, the fda has determined that bvo is safe and presents no health risks at the permitted level. still, sarah decided to challenge the company. with a letter, asking them to remove bvo from their sports drink. >> we know that you can do better than this. >> reporter: over 200,000 people signed the petition. sarah was even invited to be a guest on "the dr. oz show." >> it's because of brave kids like sarah that have brought awareness to these issues. >> coca cola, dr. pepper and pepsi who use bvo in their products say it's safe and will continue evaluating it. but last week pepsi announced they're in the process of removing the controversial
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ingredient. while our products are safe, we are making a change because we know some consumers have a negative conception of bvo and gatorade. a big-time victory. >> i'm not afraid to stand up for what i believe in, what i think is right. >> reporter: for this small-town girl. now, pepsi says they've been working on an alternative ingredient for bvo for more than a year, well before sarah began her campaign. the newly formulated drink will be on shelves in a month. matt? >> thank you. sarah is with us now with dr. ó> thank you. girl from hattiesburg, mississippi, knows the story of david and gm0goliath, doesn't ? >> definitely. >> do you feel like you're david and you defeated the giant? >> i wouldn't take it to that level. they are a very big company.qr(& it's been very empowering to know that somebody as young as i am -- you know, just one person. but backed up by like 200,000 people, we could take down a company like this. >> you were 15 at the time you
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start this had. >> yes. >> you read that label and saw that ingredient. you had enough curiosity in you to do your research. once you found out what it was, why did you think it was worth your time and effort to actually try to get it changed? >> i saw the side effects. it wouldn't be something that i would want to drink. i wouldn't want my family to drink. i want people to know about it. i don't want anyone to drink it. >> were you surprised that more than 200,000 people joined that petition? >> definitely. i didn't think it would get as much response as it did. it's really great to know that all those people are backing me up and they care about the ingredients and what they're eating and drinking. >> the fda says it's safe at the proper levels. is it a big deal that pepsi backed down and took this out? >> it's a big step. to be clear, to highlight this, it's not permitted in many other countries. the fda took it off the generally recognized safe list and put it in -- >> a nebulized category.
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>> and it's stayed there 42 years. what was interesting and why we wa wanted to profile sarah's story for, it made a change that we couldn't do ourselves. >> in the media, we love david and goliath stories. are we making more of this than we should? was this a change that was going to happen anyway? >> ooirm proud that pepsi stepped forward and made the change. i think there was going to be a nudge to push them. i think it's true for all these soft drinks, all the products we have in front of us with the exception of the gatorade, which as you mentioned will be changing, have it in front of us. that's the same family that we use in fire retardants, flame retardants. why would i want that in my drink, especially since it's the only reason it's there to to emulsify the artificial flavors? why take a chance if you don't have to? >> you call yourself curious and argumentative. do you have another crusade in your future? >> i'm not sure. a lot of other beverage
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companies use this product and a lot of people have been asking me, what are you going to do next? and give me some suggestions. i have some things in mind. i'm not really sure yet. i'm definitely ready to take this to the next level. >> something tells me you'll be back on this show. sarah, congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> doctor, always good to see you. i know you'll have more on this issue, by the way, on your show today. up next, mr. michael bolton on his struggles and his successes in the music industry. he'll be joining mitch, our audio guy, in just a couple of moments. audio guy, in just a couple of moments. first this is "today" on nbc. when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no!
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back at 8:44. two-time grammy winner michael bolton has spent more than four decades in the music business, sold 53 million albums. his biggest hit came in 1991 with his album "time, love and tenderness," remained on the charts almost four years. recently bolton found a new generation of fans with an appearance on ""saturday night
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live"" and his ode to captain jack sparrow. now he's opening up about the struggles behind his success in his new book "the soul of it all: my music, my life." can we start with the jack sparspar sparrow video? >> absolutely. >> i fell in love with you all over again. >> it's great to be discovered four years later. >> did that surprise you at all? and did they have to talk you into doing it? >> yes and yes. they've been doing this on "saturday night live" for years. i'm a very big fan of their work. we met at this hotel in california and andy was sitting across from me and he said, my mother is so excited that i'm having this meeting with you. i said my daughters are going nuts because i'm meeting with you. that's how it started. i read the script. it's disgusting. i can't do t it's funny. it's too gross. i can't do t he said yeah, we thought you might think that so
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we'll tweak it. i thought they were too bus toy tweak it. a month passed and all of a sudden andy is e-mailing me. this script is just as gross as the last one. this went on for eight months. >> so you pulled gross off very well. i want to talk about the book. we really get the story of your whole life. we think of you as this singer of romantic pop balladses about bu that is not the person we meet early in life. you wanted to be a rock star. we hear about michael bolton, the star, for lack of a better word. >> i can't dispute that. it's all over the first 40 pages. it was a smoky blur. i was too stoned for woodstock. but -- nice pictures right there. everybody i knew was. that was the hippie generation, the woodstock generation. i thought that was basically what you do. and in music, of course, nobody thought twice about it. but you couldn't get serious about a career or serious about
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anything until you removed all the distractions. and that was a big turning point in my life, is when i decided i've got a chance to make it in music and i want all this stuff out of my life. >> you did commercial jingles for a while to pay the bills? >> yes. >> do you remember any of them? ♪ be all that you can be >> that's yours? >> that's one of mine. >> that's very memorable. i think you have a future. >> pretty big one. you've got to practice. i did a lot. at one point i did a video. i was going to get something to drink and opened up a cooler and i had sung everything in there. i had sung diet pepsi, cherry coke, dr. pepper. i had sung everything in there. and i thought, i might need to slow down. i was driving and the first record that was going to be my first hit record came out. i was driving on west side drive coming into new york and i heard one of my commercials and i said oh, this is good. commercials. make some money. then my new single, my new
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record went came out and i went, wow, they're playing the record. after that was over a new jingle came out. and i called my manager and said we've got to shut the jingles down. >> total saturation. >> too much. >> rock star dream had enormous success around the time mtv was huge which brings me to, what, the hair. >> the hair, yeah. >> you had long hair for most of your life. >> yeah, yeah. the beatles, the british invasion, i blame them. the beatles and the stones started showing up on tv. my brother and i had two of our own bands. long hair which back then was just over your ears was long hair. got in trouble in school because they didn't want us wearing long hair, influencing other kids. you couldn't walk down the streets in new haven without somebody rolling the window down -- and i mean rolling because they didn't have electric windows back then, and yelling and swearing at you
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basically because you had long hair. we came up with our own creative rhetorics, of course. >> was it hard to cut it short? >> it was because there was a connection. besides the beatles and the stones and being influenced, you also had to fight for it. then suddenly you became part of the revolution and the individual expression being your freedom and your right. and so, you know, the rebellion is part of who you are as a kid, as a teenager. but 20 years later, columbia records had spent 50 million dollars picturing posters of you, your likeness, on buses and posters and billboards and one day i just said, i think it's time for a new look. i'm going to cut it. and it was scary. it was really scary. the guy that cut my hair would cut brad pitt's hair and tom cruise and other people in film. so my assistant and my stylist
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teamed up and conspired actually to get me to cut it while i was thinking about it. his name is chris mcmillan. he cut it. i figured i would look like brad pitt or tom cruise, and it didn't happen. >> no, i think it worked. >> it worked. >> it's not like sampson and deld delilah. the hair is not the source of your power. >> no, it's still there, the voice. >> michael bolton, it's great having you here. thank you. >> thanks for having me. we'll go to the kitchen and have a potato palooza. four ways to cook spuds. there's thousands of them but w
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back now with how to cook everything "today," potatoes, there are something like 10,000 ways to cook them. mark bittman is teaching us this morning. "how to cook everything." this is like the three-piece suit you used to buy, with the reversible jacket. >> recent development absolutely the best, if you're only going to have one. they can sort of take the place of russets, baking potatoes, very starchy or waxy potatoes which sometimes are called new and can be red or white.
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but yukon gold has the features of both. we can use them in everything. >> one size fits all potato? >> absolutely. >> first recipe, what is it? tater tots? the '8 0s called. so excited. >> why did you scoff? >> no, they're my favorite thing in a world. there are nobel prize winning tater tots in the frozen food section. why would you make them at home? >> because a, they're fun and, b, they're better. >> they're fun. >> we boil potatoes then peel. much easier to peel. it is quite a process. we do that. then we grate them. >> okay. >> that's a demo. >> show that i could. >> we don't need that. >> cornstarch, garlic powder. >> you have to peel it, no getting out of the peeling? >> no getting out of t it's a
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labor of love. when we get to the end of the -- you may think this really has been worth it. you toss them together. toss together the grated potatoes with the cornstarch and roll this into a log or shape little hand-formed tater tots so your guests and friends know you did this yourself. >> they're not perfect. they go into hot canola oil? >> this is the perfect one made by bianca. there's an imperfect one, made by moi. >> they taste the same. >> they taste exactly the same. when they're done, they all look great. here we take them out. we have a couple. it all happens this quickly. >> yeah, sure. >> you take them out and you dry -- you know, get the excess oil off. then you whip them into the oven. >> how long? >> 10, 15 minutes maybe until they're beautiful, light this. >> okay. great. >> you can freeze them between this stage and that stage and then you can pretend that they're ore' ida.
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>> perfect. the next one is more high brow, this is pomanette. >> because they're small versions of pomana. the mandolin which, of course, has caused many a bloody finger. that's not going to happen here. this is just the best possible tool to slice potatoes thinly. then -- good morning. >> good morning. >> toss the potatoes with melted butter and you arrange them in a lovely, concentric circle pattern which, if you do that, they will then look like this. if you're too lazy to do that -- >> butter, potato, salt and pepper? >> and bake. you turn them -- well, you turn them. >> that's okay. >> by the way, i said four ways. since we're running out of time you also have mashed potatoes with some herbs and -- >> braised potatoes with red
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wine and pancetta. >> recipes on today.com. . you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a somber day for the family of a missing dublin girl marking 24 years to the day she disappeared. a walk will be held tonight at the dublin school where she was last seen walking back home in 1989. the family and supporters will travel the same path she took before she was abducted. the public is invited for tonight's walk at wells middle school at 7:00 p.m. a church service will then be held at st. raymond catholic church. how is our forecast looking for today? >> we'll see temperatures in the low to mid-60s around the bay area today. a bit warmer than tomorrow. a few extra clouds. cooler heading into the weekend. another update at 9:25.
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we're back now with more of
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"today" on this wednesday morning, the 30th day of january, 2013. we've got spring-like weather here in new york city. a nice, but temporary break from that deep freeze we've been feeling. >> it's too ho it's too cold. we need just right. >> the temperature wars, we never settle on middle ground. >> apparently somebody thinks it should be hot. >> i'm willie geist along with al, natalie and tamron. we have a very special guest sitting over there, the kid president. before we get to him, let's take a look at super bowl ad teasers and really talk about whether or not this is a good idea. 34 of last year's ads were online before the super bowl. that number is going up this year. the argument is youtube gives you a bigger audience. you get 6-1 more views than you do without it. >> nowadays, the average price of a 30-second ad on network television is about $4 million >> that's not counting the cost to produce it. >> you get, as you said, more viewers.
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>> you get a hipper audience. not that older people aren't hip. >> no. >> why are you looking at al? >> do you think they should -- >> don't look at me. >> do you think they should put the whole commercial out there or should they do what some advertisers are doing and just put a teaser out there? >> i don't know, i think they put the whole thing out there. >> they did that last year with the volkswagen darth vader ad, that sure didn't hurt them. >> there are some companies that are holding out. >> i suppose if you have a commercial with a big surprise, you would want to tease it. >> yeah. we didn't think of that idea, the commercials letting you decide the ending. >> yeah. i loved the dad, by the way. >> the doritos. >> it is unbelievable. >> the dads can relate. >> i love it. >> i loved it. i love the guy with the beard. >> is that my wedding dress, she said? >> the wife says when she gets home. >> speaking of commercials, our take two is a taco bell ad
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that's stirring up a little bit of controversy. we're not going to tell you what it is. see if you're offended by anything in that ad. >> veggies on game day is like punting on fourth and one. it's a copout. secretly people hate you. introducing taco bell, six crunchy tacos, and six loco tacos. a game day tradition. >> anybody offended? >> the vegetable people. >> the vegetable people. >> the vegetable lobby is very upset. >> why? >> because you're mocking vegetables and making a -- putting a stigma -- >> it's taco bell! >> thank you. i survived my whole teen years on taco bell. it works out. >> childhood obesity. >> oh, come on. >> it's a super bowl party. >> i'm telling you what they're saying. >> a super bowl party and that case, by the way, looks like beer. maybe that's where they should be more offended. >> it's shaped like beer. >> one has nothing to do with the other. by the way, when you do bring
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vegetables, people look at you. >> i'm one of the people that brings the vegetables. >> you do? >> really? >> now you wonder why you're not getting invited. >> oh. that's not nice. >> no. >> i thought you wanted me there. >> i do like vegetables. >> if you want a vegetable tray at a super bowl party. >> you can have vegetables and you can have tacos. >> i always bring a healthy option. >> you can have both. >> by the way, all of this said, taco bell pulled the ad. a taco bell spokesman said we didn't want anyone to misinterpret the intent of the ad. come on, guys. >> wasn't there lettuce on that taco? >> not enough. not enough. >> is that really it? >> iceberg lettuce. >> tomatoes. >> lettuce on tacos. >> so the vegetables were offended and they won. >> veggie tales. >> our take three, we could not be more excited. have you heard about the kid president? if your answer is yes, you're one of 4 million people on
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youtube who have been inspired by this video. >> go and go and keep going. would michael jordan have quit? if he was tired. he retired. before that, in high school, what if he had quit when he didn't make the team? he would have never made space jam. i love space jam. what will be your space jam? what will you create that will make the world awesome? nothing if you keep sitting there. that's why i'm talking to you today. this is your time. this is my time. it's our time. you can make every day better for each other. we're all on the same team, we better start acting like it. we've got work to do. we were made to be awesome. let's get out there. >> we are lucky this morning to be joined by the kid president himself, robby novack! yeah. >> i would vote for you. >> it is an honor to be here with his brother who
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collaborated with the video. >> he called me his side kick. >> side kick now. all hollywood. >> robby, there are 4.2 million views of this. i just checked before i came down. you have celebrities sending it out, tweeting it out. have you accepted that you're now a celebrity? can you believe it? >> yeah. >> there you go. >> totally natural. well, you start the video by saying the country needs a pep talk. the world needs a pep talk. why did you think the world needed that? >> i don't know if side kick knows. >> mr. secretary. >> we just wanted to put something positive on the internet and so we've always just goofed around and we put it online and our family liked it and then a lot of people watched it. >> who came up with the words to it? you know, even the robert frost poem, two roads diverge. do you know the rest of the words? >> well, kind of both of us.
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it's just kind of -- we did silly stuff. he makes the boring parts, i'm the fun parts. >> wow. >> so is the dancing -- >> sounds like the side kick thing is working out. >> is dancing part of the awesome parts? the parts where you dance, did you create those moves? >> yes. >> did you create those moves? can you show us the moves? >> side kick has to come out. >> go together hand in hand. >> there we go. >> he's got so many dance moves his mic fell. >> let's see. >> let's put that right here. >> while they're miccing you up, who's your inspiration? is it michael jordan, robert frost? you mentioned a lot of people. who's your inspiration? >> michael jordan. >> there we go. >> what do you have? you have some moves you want to show everybody. >> do we need music? >> let's get music. >> do the one -- he had one last night. the one for -- >> no. >> here we go. >> don't be shy now.
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>> what was it? >> what have you got, mr. president? >> come on, mr. president? >> he doesn't want to dance. don't put him on the spot. >> have you heard from president obama? have you heard from -- >> no? not yet? >> why don't all of you get down here with him. >> we'll dance with you. come on. show us something. >> side kick has one. >> do you know the squirrel dance? >> no. >> get a little wiggle in your video. can you show us that? okay. >> awesome. >> there we go. >> there you go. >> no, no, no. >> i love some of the lines in this video. he says, i'm not in a party. i am a party. >> you remember that. >> brad, did he come up with those lines or did you help him with that? >> that was him because i was -- all the people were sending e-mails. you could ask a question to the president and everybody wanted to know what political party he was in. i was trying to explain to him, okay, republicans, then there's
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democrats, independents. he got really distracted and bored and he was like, i'm not in a party, i am a party. >> there you go. >> way better than anything i would have ever said. >> when did it explode for you? you made it originally just for your family. now 4 million hits later. how did you get there? >> our first video went online july 5th and then family and friends watched that and then it kept building and building. in october rein wilson with soul pancake, they reached out to us and invited us to create content for them. >> amazing. >> it was a good fit. they're all about putting out positive things on the internet. >> all the hollywood agents are calling. >> what do your friends think about this, robby? >> well, you mean like my friends from school? >> yeah. >> they think it's awesome. >> like being here. awesome. >> you are the party. >> you're cool. >> so nice to meet you, mr. president. thank you for coming. brad, thank you as well. go check it out on line if you haven't seen it yet.
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>> get back here. >> swing back here for a quick check of the headlines. >> thank you, guys. thanks for coming in again today. >> look how awesome he is now. >> a little grasshopper. in the news this morning, ade al's been talking about all of the storms. record highs and flooding rains expected in parts of the east coast and the threat of tornadoes from ohio to mississippi and up to a foot of snow from iowa to parts of michigan. severe storms in the south during the night. downed trees left thousands without power. at least one person was killed. a man in tennessee was hit by a falling tree. hillary clinton is in her final days as secretary of state. speaking tuesday with nbc's andrea mitchell she did not close the door on a potential presidential run in 2016. she asked what went wrong during her time as secretary of state. >> benghazi went wrong. you know, that was a terrible example of trying to get the right balance between being in a
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threatening place or not being there. >> but in retrospect shouldn't a cable warning of a security threat from an ambassador in a conflict zone, shouldn't that get the highest possible attention immediately? >> well, that's what we're hoping to make sure does happen in the future. >> and clinton said she worries about extremist groups that shoot teenage girls because they want to go to school. secretary clinton's replace 789 won overwhelming senate approval on tuesday as john kerry is set to become the next secretary of state. kerry is resigning as massachusetts's senator effective friday. the state department formally welcomes him next monday. more on the iraq war veteran we told you about on tuesday. brendan morocco is the first quadruple amputee in the military having lost both legs and arms in a roadside bombing. he now has four replacement implants. he said it's like a second
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chance to start over. he hopes one day to kpla competitive sports and drive his car. barbara walters is out of the hospital and she's recovering at home now from chicken position. the 83-year-old host of "the view" and long time host of this program is said to be resting comfortably and getting stronger. she has been hospitalized about ten days. a new website has fashion going to the dogs. men's wear dog features a 3-year-old new york city pooch with a knack for style. it shows what all the best dressed dogs should be wearing from denim jackets to a chunky shawl collar cardigan to a new suit. the website has had hundreds of thousands of hits. what will they think of next. valentine's day comes up two weeks from tomorrow, reminder. in japan tuesday was love your wife day and some men spent the day professing their love at the top of their lungs. you've never heard i love you quite like this. take a look.
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>> i should have been a contender! who could resist? the wives seemed to appreciate it all, with or without ear plugs, without shirts in some cases. >> that's a nice touch. >> there you go. >> that's hot. i like it. >> would you two do that for your wives? >> you should to it now. >> here we go. >> keep the shirt. >> go ahead. go. go for it. >> every day is love your wife day. >> willie and i both walk in the house going, ahhhh. >> shirt off. >> no one's home. >> exactly. they've learned. >> they've learned. >> all right, natalie. thanks. now a quick check of the weather with shirts on. >> that's right. well, again, as natalie mentioned, these are tornado watches now stretching from louisiana all the way on up into
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west virginia and ohio and as far east as georgia. we are watching this very vigorous line of heavy thunderstorms developing. a risk of strong storms from mobile all the way up to pittsburgh and washington, d.c. tornadoes can't be ruled out as this system pushes through. behind it cold air is being dragged in. we've had up to a foot of snow in parts of iowa. that snow moves up into the great lakes with heavy rain. we have flood watches. interior parts of pennsylvania, new york, on into new england. heavy snows up to six to nine inches from cadillac all the way back to waterloo, and a completely different story here in the bay area. no clouds, nothing but sunshine and a pretty nice forecast here hour by hour as we get to lunchtime. already in the low 6 at noon in the north bay. bay area wide we should see mainly low to mid-60s for inland valleys today, then a little bit warmer tomorrow. we'll see those numbers mainly
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zuckerberg. good to see you. i love how willie said in the commercial break, try not to sound like old folks but i'm all those things, too. >> i am, too. >> are your people on itg etiquette, being good digital citizens. this is a modern, wild world we live in. >> you know of what you speak. there was a little flare up last month. tell me if i get this right. >> i don't know what you're talking about. >> tell me if i have the story right and what we can take away from it. you post a picture on facebook of you and your family, including your brother, mark zuckerberg. it ends up being tweeted out by someone and makes its way around the web. how did it happen, a and, b, why were you so upset about it? >> that's right. it was a family photo, christmas eve.
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we were having a great dinner. and took a photo, tagged my family in it. one of my sisters' friends, i guess, saw the photo and thought, oh, the holy grail of photos, it's mark, it's facebook, it's tech. and took it from facebook, a screen shot, and tweeted it publicly. so, you know i just thought it was an interesting way to spark a conversation about digital etiquette. it shows that, you know, even -- no matter who you are or where you sit, we have these issues that come up with, you know, our information. >> so not to dis your sister, but the proper etiquette would have been to ask you? what was the right or wrong move here? >> i think definitely asking my sister for permission, but also, you know, if you're friends with someone and you see their photo on facebook, they're friends with you because they trust you to exhibit good judgment and not go take a photo and put it publicly. but, you know, honestly my personal thoughts in all of this, i have posted thousands of fun photos on facebook over the
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years and that's the one that goes viral? i'm not even in it. at least they could have chosen one i was in. >> when is it not okay to announce personal matters online, engagement, we're having a baby, getting a divorce? what's the answer to that? >> you're talking to the queen of oversharing here. i may be a little biased. first of all, don't announce a big life event, unless youe given kind of a heads up to the people who are important to you in your life. you know, like -- >> like your mom, telling your mom you're engaged before going online. i've heard that happen. >> your mom should not find out you're pregnant through facebook. that's probably not a great thing. >> sound advice. here is the part where we feel old. nobody uses the phone anymore. when they talk to each other. it is true. how can you keep up a meaningful, personal relationship? keep in touch with people without the phone? >> it's gotten pretty taboo to use the phone. you have to e-mail people to set up a time to have a phone call.
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we build phone calls into these huge obligations. i think just a light, personal touch is really nice. i actually -- i do kind of group text a lot of time. >> i do, too. >> yeah. >> i've grown to hate it now. when i started group texting merry christmas, i thought that was wrong. >> that's not good. a mass e-mail, merry christmas. >> i have a 2-year-old son and my parents, my in-laws, they all want to see photos. it's really hard to do -- skype is awesome, but then you're like, what's my password? does everyone have a good connection? should i look at the screen, the camera? what should i do? sometimes it's nice to have these light, personal touches. >> i didn't think you sounded too much like a fogey in that segment. >> no, it was good. >> randi zuckerberg, thank you. is it ever okay to tell your partner they need to lose weight?
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that could solve an almost 30-year-old cold case. 10 krld kevin collins disappeared on his way home from basketball practice back in 1984. police served a search warrant on a home in the haight-ashbury district yesterday. the home is about a block from the last place collins was seen. a cadaver dog picked up a scent and they found bones in the garage. neighbors say detectives have been snooping around since at least the end of december. >> you can see out my window in the backyard, and they said that there was a homicide investigation about something that happened like 20 years ago. >> the medical examiner says the bones found under the concrete look like animal bones, but they will be examined to be sure. we'll take a quick break. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals
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heading into the afternoon. 6 0 to san jose, maybe later from santa cruz to monterey. and a pleasant day today, a bit warmer tomorrow. the coast could get close to 70. and partly cloudy skies and a little bit of a cooldown. the weather looking good. the morning commute not so much now on the peninsula. >> it's been all over the place, rob. look at this shot heading away from us. still jammed up from university tall way up to whipple where we had a three-car crash. maybe more cars actually in the final count, but lanes are blocked. the map shows you how slow it is. they may have just moved cars from that area. northbound through san jose tough. clearing a longstanding accident there, another crash at 101 and brokaw -- sounds like they may be pulling someone from a car. a lot of distraction. here that earlier deadly crash has completed its investigation
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for eastbound 580. so traffic flow is moving through the area. it sounds awkward, because i said better news, laura, this is a deadly crash. >> very sad. you're following all aspects of it. we thank you for that. we'll have another update for you in a half hour. the ravens coach john harbaugh will face his brotze3e
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jim harbaugh. and they revealez they're only texting each other before the game and not talking on the phone. we actually mam managed to get ahold of some of their texts. first jim texted, how's your team? then john texted, good. h how's your nightlight? then he was like, good. how's your bedwetting? and he was like, good. how's your ted dy bear you slep with until you were 12? >> mr. cuddles? i mean, what teddy bear? how is the lunch lady you had a crush on? >> that's0gz it, i'm calling mo >> you guys arexñ headed out to the respective cities. >> i'm in san francisco, natalie in baltimore. >> baltimore. >> that's all friday morning. of course, we've been talking about( ha in new orleans. but here in new york city, natalie and tamron versus yours
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truly and mr. geist, super bowl cookoff. >> i think the girls have it. >> you've been doing a lot of trash talk. all day, she really has. >> i've talked to some people, i won't name any names. >> in the kitchen. >> and said willie's recipe and yours were laughable. those were the words, laughable. >> keep talking. >> we know how to bring it. we talk it because we can bring it. >> go ahead. >> it's just that way. >> see you in a few minutes. >> okay. here is a great way to segue here. when is it okay to -- basically fill in the blanks. everything from your partner's weight, talk to them about their weight, losing weight, to checking their e-mails, to trash talking your co-hosts and anchors. when is it okay? when is it not okay? >> so looking forward to this segment to see what they say about the weight thing, is it okay to ever tell your significant other about their weight? >> i think -- oh, never. >> if there's a health issue or
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something. >> yes. >> but meantime, al -- >> as i like to say, we know we're fat. so you're not helping us. let's check your weather to see what's going on. this strong risky/6 of storms. flood watches, rain in the pacific northwest. snow developing into the great lakes. tomorrow, lake-effect snow really gets fired up as a reinforcing shot of arctic air comes blasting into the plains and the great lakes. windy conditions there. few showers in the pacific northwest. rain exits new england. we're looking at sunny, cool conditions all the way down into the southeast with snow showers in the northern rockies. so when you see all that, makes you pretty happy to be here today. mostly sunny skies. not much of a wind event around san francisco right now, but the hilltop are seeing those offshore breezes. hour by hour into the 60s.
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passing lunchtime in the 6 0 today. tomorrow should be the warmest day of the week. friday into the weekend a little bit of cooling as partly cloudy skies return. next chance of rain rolls in late tuesday to wednesday of next week. >> and that's your latest weather. tamron? >> al, thank you. this morning, our series "when is it okay to?" this morning, helping us navigate some sticky family affairs, darlene rodriguez, anchor at wnbc here in new york, kelly wallace is a chief correspondent for ivillage, rachel campos, political pundit and dr. taylor is a psychologist. good morning, ladies. i thought about this a lot last night. al just said something. you know, when someone is overweight, guess what, they know it. so when you're dealing with your spouse, when is it okay to tell your spouse they need to lose
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weight? darlene? >> i think it depends how you say it. >> really? how you say it? give me an example of how you present this. >> what you don't want to say is that -- what you could say is that we need to eat healthier, we need to shed a few pounds and adopt a healthy lifestyle and we could do that together. >> i tell my husband he needs to lose weight. frankly, if you look at the life span of married men, they're healthier than single men. i think it's because they have wives who take care of them. >> that's true. >> i think it's context, too. you could have an argument and say you need to take out the trash and you've gained too much weight. >> that's just abuse. >> it happens sometimes because we spend so little time communicating and we get that window, instead of talking about what we want to happen, we throw something in. >> you had an ex-boyfriend in college? >> i did. i won't name names but he knows who he is. >> oh, name names. >> he looked at me and my physical appearance and said, you know, you really need to workout.
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that did nothing for my body image. that did not help. >> that's a double standard, i would not like him telling me. i do feel like he has a very busy travel lifesometime and it can creep up on you. >> i think if there is an ovs health issue -- you can have a few extra pounds and not have high blood pressure, and other serious issues but if it gets into a health situation, that, to me, would be the only way that you could -- >> as women we do take things a little bit too personally. the fact is that we do need to workout more and do need to lose weight. it goes both ways. >> and we don't want to hear it. >> do you think it's easier for a man to take it than a woman to take it? >> i think of the man's feelings as well. i think of my mom's advice and she says i'm your mother and i love you and if i don't tell you, who will. >> that's true. >> use that in your relationship. >> when is it okay to snoop through your partner's e-mails? >> what? >> we've been disagreeing.
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>> i say any time. i think if you're writing something that you don't want your spouse to see, you probably shouldn't be writing it. >> you're okay the snooping? >> i don't consider it snoop in. i go on my husband's e-mail, he can go on mine. >> it's an agreement? >> i have his password, he has mine. >> if you think there's something going on, you're looking through their texts and e-mails, something is going on in your relationship. don't be nancy drew, ask him. >> are you prepared to say something if you find something or not, or build resentment or have a confrontation? >> that's the next step. if you find something that sees a little suspicious, you now have to say i went through your e-mail and i cracked your passcode. by the way, it was basketball and it was easy. what do you do in that situation? >> it's the kind of thing that i think almost everyone does t it's not okay. but people tend to do it anyway. >> are you confessing you've done it? >> it's open. it's understood that i can look. and you can look.
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>> that's still snooping. >> not a shared account, who is willing to confess that you actually have gone in and read an e-mail without permission? >> that's my point. everyone has done it. >> for my husband, i don't need permission to get on his e-mail. >> so it doesn't count as snooping? >> my husband gets the breaking news to his e-mail, i rationalize, it just keeps me up-to-date. i'm not looking for anything else. >> moving on. when is it okay to borrow or loan money to family friends without discussing it first? i think it's never -- shouldn't you tell your spouse or significant other? >> yes. absolutely. >> it depends. >> what do you mean? >> who you're lending the money to, a few hundred dollars for a girlfriend to purchase something you don't have to say something but if it's $10,000 for your irresponsible uncle jimmy who is bankrupt and blows all his money, maybe you should be more open. >> tell me what happened to you
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with a credit card. >> i do the bills, financial end in the family. and i started running up a balance on a credit card a few years ago when we were strapped not telling my husband thinking i'm going to take care of it. my husband found out and he was angry and he had every right to be. absolutely. you don't want to keep secrets like that. >> i want to get to this one. summer is around the corner, hopefully. when is it okay to go on vacation without your husband or kids? i know that a lot of moms have a tough time with this. what do you think? >> i have done it. i have great girlfriends. it's always okay, but talk to your husband and see how they feel. >> i don't have a lot of time. so when i have time to go on vacation, i want to be with my husband. not only with my kids. >> we have a girls road trip, you're not invited. thank you very much. up next, one man, two identities. actor steven pasquale right after this. new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain.
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by day, he is the brilliant dr. jason cole, saving lives and showing compassion. but by night, watch out. that's the concept behind'lnñ t new nbc series called "do no harm." steven pasquale, congratulations. >> thank you. >> nice to have you here. >> nice to be here. >> this is a dr. jekyll, mr. hyde, right? >> yes, loosely based on the novel. >> what's it like to play the two different personalities? >> who can't relate to the good and bad in all of us? it's a great roller coaster ride every day. >> by day you're the doctor, saving lives. 8:25 pm, ian comes to life. what happens? >> he shows up at 8:25 pm every night and leaves at 8:25 am every morning. ian, of course, is your very dangerous sociopath, master manipulator, party boy, drug addict, wreaking havoc on
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from restaurant blue smoke, kenny, good to see you. >> you're in for it, kenny. >> lot of talking over there. >> we're doing a lot of winning over here. >> i'm going to start off with my asian chicken wings. i like these. they're kind of fun. different take on chicken wings. you get two, three pounds of chicken wings, take apricot jam, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and sesame oil. you whisk that up. obviously, you can make more. this basically is going to be your marinade and your glaze. you pour this over the chicken wings, put them in the fridge. let them marinade two to 12 hours. you take these off and put them on a baking pan, bake them for about 30, 35 minutes and then just before they're done, you turn the broiler on or put them on the grill, grill them, throw some scallions over them, crushed peanuts if nobody has any kind of an allergy and there you have it. >> beautiful. >> anyone want to give that a
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shot? >> while you taste that, kenny. >> wow sthrks. >> great? >> pretty impressive, al. >> thank you. >> kenny. >> what is he going to say, it's terrible? >> he's not going to say it's bad. >> i have guacamole, generations. >> generations of geists. >> cut up your avocado, like so. >> very impressive. right through. >> you take out the pit, dump it out, dice it, put it in here. >> you look like you've actually done this before. >> i have done this before, thank you, for generations. >> geist is german for guacamole. >> cilantro, garlic. >> how much cilantro? i'm curious. >> good, healthy bit. >> a good bit? >> just a taste. thanks. >> how many times you've actually done this. >> you mash it up. and then you end up with this beautiful thing. these are great chips. you have a party on your hands. let me know what you think.
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>> very good. >> little salt and pepper. >> going for seconds. >> double dipping there. okay. bring it. come on. >> little healthier alternative, but it's still hearty. >> chicken wings are really fattening. >> turkey sweet potato chili. we brown the turkey meat. here in this pot we've stewed down some onions, peppers, h jalapenos and tomato paste. the kick here is the seasoning. middle eastern flare to it. red chile, as you would expect. cinnamon -- that, i think, then cumin, oregano, red chile peppers. add all of the wet ingredients. tamron, as i pour everything in, tell them what you've got here.
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>> you guys took so much time. >> you took up the time on purpose. >> tammy boo boo's onion dip. it's processed cheese like honey boo boo and her family. carmela lang, italian mama. shred your cracker barrel cheese. only cracker barrel. use a small to medium onion. put it in the refrigerator two hours after you do the mayo. little mayo in there, see? stir it up. >> it ends up like that? >> it ends up like this after two hours. the secret surprise is strawberry preserves in the middle. >> there you go. >> put it on a ritz cracker. this is like super bowl food meaning it's fatty. >> here is a little something from us. >> before you go -- >> bribery. >> is there any bribery from this side? >> we already told you about the -- >> kenny, what do you think? >> come on. >> what do you think? >> everybody did a great job. tremendous. i love the bribery.
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for me, super bowl is all about hand food, eating, fun. everybody is run ining around, trophy goes to the kids. >> oh, yes! >> oh, man. >> yes. >> you guys ate up all our time. >> too much talking over there. >> nothing to do with the beer, i swear. >> okay. >> kenny callahan, thank you so much. >> oh, man. >> the proof is in the -- >> all our recipes will be on today.com. >> there's only two
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you're watching "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. it's 9:56. i'm marla tellez. a bay area man is suing the boy scouts saying he was sexually abused by a scout master as a teenager. it happened in vacaville when the victim was 14. now the victim is an adult and a veteran of the u.s. coast guard. the lawsuit is being formally announced in san francisco this morning. rob is in for christina loren. >> we're enjoying a sunny stasht to the day so far. high pressure keeping our skies
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clear, slight offshore winds. temperatures climbing up to the 60s. upper 50s around part of the peninsula. maybe some upper 60s on the coast. temperatures warming up a little bit more as we head into tomorrow. then for the weekend we'll start to see a little bit of cooling. partly cloudy skies saturday to sunday, then changes ahead as we head to tuesday of next week. now here is a check of your morning commute with mike. >> it's been a tough day all over. unusual spots line this right here. north 101 right at the onramp. the ambulance just over on the right side of the screen has pulled into the gore point. that's where the two merges happen. that little triangle there. the accident is on the right-hand side. four cars reportedly involved. the ambulance just arrived on the scene. they'll check out for injuries there. the map slow because of the earlier crash at brokaw. now a burchl of people heading up to saratoga avenue.
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a new accident heading up toward holly street. we'll look at clound where it's still slow past the coliseum. starting to recover after a couple of crashes happened on the nimitz. smooth for the bay bridge toll plaza. >> you are earning your moab today, mike. our next update in 30 minutes. 10:26. oh!
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"today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody, and welcome to winless wednesday, january 30th. thank goodness this is the last winless wednesday ever for us. >> mark your calendars, because this time next week, on this day next week, we are going to have a party to blow it out. we don't really know -- >> not that much. >> might not be that big of a deal. >> there's a little thing called a super bowl in between. >> whatever. >> hoda's going to have fun. i think hoda's been cheating, i do. along the way. >> not on the show. we have been on other shows, i have not had a sip on other shows, although they are pushing it. i did mike huckabee's show on fox. there was a glass there off camera and i said, oh, my god, what's that?
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we wanted you to feel at home. i reached for it. >> just wanted to sniff it. >> he said it was called baptist wine, which is grape juice. >> mr. huckabee, he's a sweet man. are you finished with your tour, book tour? >> i'm going to go to palm beach this week and do a book signing. >> people love you down there. >> at jennifer miller's jewelry store. >> you have to share her. >> i will share. okay, guess where we're going. >> we're going to los angeles. >> yes, we are. we're taking the show on the road, sunny california. >> all kinds of details how you can join us out there. starting february 11th. >> we're going to have two weeks of shows. >> two weeks of shows out there. >> today, though, is mild here. it's going to be 50 degrees. >> it's just weird. >> weird weather. >> 50-some degrees, foggy where i live, wet.
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>> sara's out there in the wetness and looking for a couple of people in the crowd who are going to come in and get their game on with us. >> get crazy. i want to see some of these people to see where we're going to pick from. >> oh, wow. good. building up. excellent. >> sad news this morning for ashley judd and her husband of 11 years. he's the race car driver, a lot of people know, they said they were splitting. excuse me, calling it quits. they put out a joint statement together saying they decided to mutually end their marriage. they always will be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on love, respect, integrity, and joy. >> these things are always well worded, but when i read back, can you go back to what it says exactly? >> here it is. >> that doesn't help me. >> here it is.
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>> that makes it worse. we'll always be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on the special love, integrity, and respect we have always enjoyed. if you have all that, then why can't you make the marriage work? i'm not saying they don't have it, i'm not questioning. the wording is always interesting to me. i think if you've got all those components in your relationship, why would there not be hope for that marriage? >> we don't know what goes on. >> just for the press, just so you can say we're both being adults, it's going to get nasty. i think that's what it really is. >> something that struck me about her relationship with her husband, i remember being envious is a strong word, but thinking, wow, they are very, very lucky. i remember how it seemed how deep it was, how open it was, and how it seemed to be steamy, very kind of public steamy relationship. she kept saying, you know, we always keep our relationship, you know, keep the home fires burning, and sometimes after 11 years, you think god, if they
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can do that, why aren't we doing that? >> it's hard to keep home fires burning if you're not home. he's on the road. that's a grueling schedule. she's an actress. almost never shoot movies and things where you live. you're almost always on location. it takes a very, very extraordinary relationship to last through that sort of stuff. >> but back to the question, do people who seem to have all that chemistry and they talk about it and you peek in, is it real and why don't i have that. we saw that with heidi klum. >> i don't know why you don't have it, i pray for you every day. >> mock tail, i don't even want it. >> we were so surprised when they broke up. >> they got married every year. >> renewed their vows. >> every time you saw them, they were kissing. >> beautiful babies. >> ashton kutcher and demi moore seemed to be publicly affectionate. you peeked in, oh, if i could just have that. >> not just that that keeps two
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people together. it helps. i think that's a big part of our culture problem. >> what's that? >> the media tells us that it's all about sex. sex is a wonderful part of a relationship, but it's one component. you could have the world's great essex life and have a lousy marriage. >> but you always hope you can still have the steam after years and years and years and years. what's the truth? >> you can't. >> that's the end of that. >> you can't. you can have something that's even better and deeper. if that's what you want is just steamy and steamy, first of all, your bodies are going to tell you differently. you age and men lose their testosterone by the time they are age 50, they've lost half it. women go through hormonal changes. why don't you find a different kind of contentment, you know, have those moments when you still rekindle what you have. >> you need the rekindling moments, too.
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>> you're not the same person you were when you were 18 years old. >> you can have moments and still have hot sex. >> yes, you can. yes, you can. not as often or as long. [ laughter ] but then you really appreciate it when you have it. >> there's a lot of -- we talked about public affection, there's also public proporoposals. if you google proposals -- >> that's why it's not special to me. >> there was one in l.a., guy decided he would propose to his girlfriend, threw a pink smoke bomb up in the air. >> alert the s.w.a.t. team, great. >> she said, yes. >> what did people behind them waiting in line to get to a doctor's appointment or work, how were they feeling? great blessings on the couple? >> they were fine. >> that's the last thing l.a. needs, more people stopping
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traffic. >> on broadway, cinderella is on broadway, a couple got on stage, a man proposed to his -- police officer proposed to his girlfriend on stage. >> why that one doesn't bother me, it doesn't impact other people who are not interested in you getting -- you know? >> i do wonder about public propos proposals. people like it on the jumbotron or jay leno. >> we live in a society that really doesn't -- nothing's sacred anymore. everybody tells everybody about everything. >> all the details. >> i'm reading a book right now, i can't believe one person wrote that about another person in their life. i think, what does that tell you about the person that wrote the book? everything. >> right. >> you don't know if everything you're reading is true about the person, but you find out everything about the person writing that garbage. >> by the way, on to a fun note, we have a great show today.
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♪ he was born, he yearned for adventure ♪ ♪ oh, captain jack ♪ he's a chester of the surf ♪ >> what it did for your career, baby. michael's out with a new book called "the soul of it all: my music, my life." >> great to see you. >> spent a lot of the day reading through this book. so many people assume you had so much success right off the bat. even though you did get your first recording contract at age 16, tell us about those years you didn't have anything going on. >> the years you can remember. >> enough about -- >> i had a record deal when i was 16. i signed with epic with cbs
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records. i thought, wow, i made it. 18 years later, i had my first hit. long, long run. >> what's great about your book, you learn about you, but there's opportunities artists may have taken to trash people in his life. that's what people do, talk about relationships. >> they want to sell it. >> you steered clear of that. why did you decide to write this? >> that's part of the theme, the soul of it all, getting the point of everything, the point of your life and different chapters of your life, including some of the hardest moments and times. understanding the meaning of it, what the depth of it is. that doesn't really work well with trashing and pointing fingers at other people and blaming. that's just negative energy you don't need. >> what was the purpose for you, what did you want to accomplish from it? >> well, for me, if you know anything about golf -- >> okay.
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>> yeah. >> okay. >> you don't want to hook in golf. >> don't say hook. >> you want to hook in music, but not in golf. >> you do know. i played the front nine. i'm now teeing off at the back nine of my career and my life, and this book is my tee shot. >> that's great. >> there's a lot of things i want to do, films, musicals, more albums. i have another album coming out february 8th. there's a lot going on, but the story, i've been putting chapters away and putting moments away i think should come up in the book. unfortunately, for me, i have a great publisher and editor, who's here, by the way, who believed in my story enough and hearing about what the story was like and how that will resinate with people who have had some rough spots and don't think, you know, that it's all about the glamour and the glitz. >> what was your roughest spot, when you talk about one of your
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lows that you really pulled out of, how would you nut shell that? >> the single hardest time was sitting at the kitchen table with three young daughters and wife and not wanting them to know how broke we were. keeping it from the kids. >> right. >> and having rent checks bouncing and a really nice guy as a landlord who said, i can't carry you anymore. you have to leave. we didn't have homelessness, the term, we weren't using that back then. it was just, the reality of it, was right there. so, that's something you never forget, you never get it out of your system. >> speaking of your children, there's one really interesting portion of the book, you were sued for plagiarism. >> copyright infringement. >> i felt your pain, wait a minute, i never heard this song before. we had a tape of us writing it together, and you were still found to be guilty. that goes to the soul of a
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person, pardon the pun. you stole somebody else's child and called it your own. >> what happens is your child gets taken from you. >> yeah, yeah. i felt for you. >> that was up there with one of the worst things that could ever happen to anybody. >> the book is really interesting. >> very uplifting, a lot of life lessons. >> even though you don't trash anybody, i think it's going to sell a whole lot of books. hopefully, you won't kick hoda off the new york times bestsellers. >> plenty of room for us. >> of course, there is. >> are you going to sing for us a bit? >> i am. >> michael is sticking around for -- not going to say what you're going to sing? surprise us. >> i'll surprise you. melanie fiana is going to do a duet with me. >> coming up, en-joy getting fit teams are getting ready, they are going to step on the scale. we'll find out who lost more wait. >> and we'll choose our teammate so we can get our game on. >> i want to hear your pick.
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♪ all right, we're back with week three of our en-joy getting fit series. today, a fitness relay race. you know them and you love them. again, here's my team, yelena, jessica, and mindy. >> and cathy, zakiya, heidi. master of ceremonies, joy bauer! >> this segment is hot. it's a hot segment. >> ladies, what do you think? first, we're going to feature everybody's weight loss, then we're going to jump into the challenge. pretty impressive. we're going to start with team hoda. yele yelena, last week, 139, this
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week 137. total of eight pounds. next -- eight pounds. jessica. last week, she was 200, now she's 195. loss of five pounds, a total of 11 pounds. >> 11, are you kidding? >> now we have mindy. last week she was 191. now she's 185. down six pounds for a total of 13 pounds. >> 13, 13, 13! >> ladies, don't let me down here. >> team hoda is down a collective 32 pounds. >> that's fantastic. >> okay, go. >> now we're going to go kathy. last week 162, now 158. down four pounds, a total of ten pounds for kathy. then we have zakiya. last week she was 227, now she's 224. down three pounds. total of 11 pounds. lastly, heidi, last week, 173,
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now she's 171, she lost two pounds. she's down a total of 11 pounds. >> all right! >> so, totally, how many? >> total is, are you ready for this? you were down 32 pounds, your team is down 32 pounds. >> oh, my gosh! >> let's do the game. >> okay. last week we had a test your diet iq challenge, and you, actually, won. >> i wasn't here. >> what we're going to do is umg rope. >> okay. >> the next one -- who's responsible for jumping rope? yelena? who's over here? they are each going to jump rope for 30 counts. they are then going to high-five the next peon put on the boxing gloves and punch 15 times on one arm, 15 on the next, high-five the next person, who's going to come over to the ladders. in, out, in, out. then they'll tag me, and whoever wins is the reigning champion
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>> what happened? what is it? joy? >> she didn't hit her hand. >> we're going to review the tape. they said they want to review the tape. >> we have to do an analysis. >> we're going to do it in slo-mo and watch at the end. we're going to slow it down. >> we're exhausted from this show. two contestants are going to spin the wheel and we're going to find out what we're going to play. spin it, ladies. >> our show has become a game show. >> where are we? >> i expect howie mandel to come out any minute. what are we going to do? we are going to play -- head games! acting out! >> all right, we can do that. we've got a super bowl edition of "who knew" also coming up.
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meals are simply better with a dollop of daisy. ♪ ♪ do a dollop, do, do a dollop of daisy ♪ it is 10:26 now. good morning. i'm marla tellez. walnut creek police are searching for robbers. the suspects targeted the davidson & licht jewelry store just before 2:20 yesterday afternoon. investigators say one suspect sprayed employees with pepper spray while another smashed a display cabinet with a sled sledgehammer. no one was hurt but several rolex watches were stolen. the suspects took off in a newer model black infiniti suv which was driven by a third suspect.
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very nice day under way in the bay area. temperatures mostly in the 60s. low to mid60s inland and maybe upper 60s in santa cruz as we head through the afternoon. as we get to the weekend, a brief cooldown. extra clouds headed our way. the next chance of rain arriving late on tuesday next week. the weather's quiet, but the morning commute really isn't. >> a tough one. look at 101. palo alto fine at university, but look at the map here.
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if you're heading north of university up towards marv and toward two earlier accidents. one now remains heading into san car lows. southbound has an accident now, crash heading down towards san antonio road. but the other side is spectators. that's it. the south bay starts to clear, but then two accidents, crashes for north 880 coming in toward the area from san leandro and the other one north of the coliseum. more problem for the nimitz. back to you. >> mike, thanks so much. we'll have more of the day's top tories coming up in about 30 minutes. we hope to see you at 11:00. see you then. we are back on this winless wednesday with more of "today," and it's time to play our weekly trivia game we call "who knew" with the 49ers and ravens getting ready to battle it out in four days, we wanted to see
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if you're ready, so we're going to find out. ka lthie lee is across the stre, she's handing out $100 to those who get the answers right, and those who don't, get a great new book. okay, everyone's a winner. sportscaster and great friend of the show, len berman. >> you didn't say you wrote that book. that's a big deal, it's a bestseller. >> you rock. let's get started, shall we? >> good friend, right, hoda woman? all right, from indiana, how much did a ticket to the first super bowl cost, and what is the average cost for a ticket this year. is it $12 before, now that. $15, now that. $20, now that, or $25 back then and now $1,000, what is it? >> i'm going to say $25 and now $1,000. >> no, but you're going to adore hoda's book. >> the correct answer here is $12 back then and $3,020 now, that's face value, huh? >> here's the thing, the game will sell out this time.
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when it was $12, super bowl i, wasn't a sellout. >> can't believe it costs that much. back across. >> sweet lady from columbia, maryland. out of the san francisco 49ers' five super bowl appearances thus far, how many have they won? >> three. >> good day for hoda woman. >> oh, baby. all right, the correct answer is they've won every, all five. >> they are the only undefeated super bowl team that's won more than one. baltimore wins, they'll be 2-0. >> what do you think's going to happen, by the way? >> i'm leaning towards baltimore. >> back across. >> cute young thing from toronto. where did the baltimore ravens' nickname originate, state bird of raven, sam raven was instrumental in the city getting a football team, edgar allanpoe's poem? >> i'm going for "a." >> yeah, hoda!
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>> i love today. >> i got the wrong answer. no sam raven. >> tell us the right answer. >> edgar allan poe lived and died in baltimore. they picked the raven. good thing he didn't write about trees. baltimore trees. >> back across. >> this lady lives in jim thorpe, pennsylvania. which two teams have tied for the most super bowl appearances? >> the cowboys. >> yeah! no, she's right. she's right. it is pittsburgh steelers and dallas cowboys, isn't it? >> the name of the team she's heard of. >> pittsburgh's won the most, six, and dallas has won the next most, well, they won five. just go to the next one.
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>> another lady from pennsylvania. how much are super bowl commercials being sold for this year? $500,000, $1.5 million, $3 million, $4 million? >> you are smart as pretty. yes, you are. >> $4 million, is that for a 30-second ad? >> most people are talking at a party and don't get to hear the commercial anyway. >> they are showing them all before the game. >> is that smart? >> i don't know, i like to be surprised. we love you, we love you. thanks for coming on. kathie is going to come back across the street. 40 years later, we're going to talk to the famous, liza minnelli, legendary cast of music musical right after this. [ tylenol bottle ] nyquil what are you doing?
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lucky ♪ >> set in 1931 pre-war germany against the backdrop of the rising nazi regime, the film also featured performances by michael york as sally's boyfriend. marissa berenson as a wealthy jewish heirish, plus a score by john kander and fred ebb that provide the songs and commentary on the times. with its gritty realistic approach that broke with the tradition of the old style musical, "cabaret" was hailed as a groundbreaking film, e v provocative, risque, and wildly compelling. >> here they are, liza minnelli, joel grey, marissa berenson, and michael york. hi, ladies and gentlemen. >> when you hear that word, 40,
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must be earth shattering to all of you. [ laughter ] >> it's bizarre, because it feels like yesterday. but it also feels like 40 years ago. >> yeah, yeah. it was so monumental in all of your lives. >> it seems like watching your chemistry on the couch, you guys have stayed close through all the years. has your relationship maintained? >> we've been cuddled up for years. >> it was a great experience, which bonded everyone, because we bonded with bob fosse. i think that's what was so special about it, we were his friends and he inspired us, he directed us, and we loved him and gave as much as we could back. >> loved each other. >> smart to be isolated there in germany, then have his way with you sort of. because you were pushing the envelope even then. didn't they almost shut you down at one point because it was so risque?
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>> well, it was. the wall was up. we were on one end of the wall, and there was the atmosphere of what was really going on in germany, which was so brilliant. >> the movie -- when we did the three shows, when we did the threesome, and i'm with everybody -- >> ain't your first time in the rodeo. >> they went -- yeah, this isn't acceptable, but it was. >> by the time it was done, it was back and too late. >> it was decadent and brilliant. >> movies were not really in vogue at the time. it had a couple that failed, so there wasn't a lot of excitement from the movie, and sometimes we took a little more time. we didn't -- we did this thing really on a shoestring in many, many ways. >> did you know it was going to be a hit? >> no, no, no. >> never. >> you didn't feel it? >> except there was something
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about working with fosse. he was truly creative. he wanted us to improvise, then go and see the rushes and see the results of our labor. >> as a theater man, he's so respected. >> he loved us. and every friday night, on set, and that's how he found out the girls could play the saw. a lot of stuff he found out, he put in the movie. >> he was always listening, always watching. >> i have a little song, are you ready? come close. >> go ahead. ♪ ♪ for ladies >> all right! oh, my gosh. how much time do we have? one minute. say in one word, if you could describe this experience for you, what it feels like 40 years later, what are you feeling?
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>> absolutely grateful. >> yeah, that's a great word. >> proud. >> grateful, proud. >> i would say grateful, just very grateful. >> privileged to be associated with these wonderful people and this great film. >> you're british, so you're allowed to have that many words. >> i think this is going to reach a whole another audience. >> they haven't seen decadence until they've seen "cabaret." >> it's brilliant. i wish fosse was around to see it. he's watching from somewhere. i'm not sure where. >> he took chances. i mean, we would all look at each other and go, really? >> during the filming. >> we have to run, because michael bolton gets really touchy when he's not allowed to sing. forgive us. >> michael bolton! >> special song in just a moment and he has a little guest with him. [ female announcer ] born from the naturally sweet monk fruit,
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the toyota concert series on "today," brought to you by toyota. >> multiplatinum recording artist and two-time grammy winner michael bolton has released 17 studio album and his newest pays tribute to motown classics. >> "ain't no mountain high enough," michael's here with a very special guest, grammy-winning melanie fiona to sing "nothing like the real thing." take it away, you guys. ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real
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always two lucky fans. ♪ >> two lucky fans. it's time for "get your game on" where two lucky fans from the plaza get to have some fun. >> hey, sarah. >> you guys picked evette with kathie lee and sal with hoda. we're playing "acting out" which
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is charades. they'll glance at the screen and see what they're acting out. >> what things are they? >> popular tv shows or movies. kathie lee will go first. close your eyes. >> event, look at the television right now. do you see that? open up. time on the clock, 30 seconds. go. ♪ >> model? >> angels. >> charlie's angels. >> i can use my words? >> yes. >> it's not a woman. >> you can do impressions. >> it's not a woman. >> two men, "two and a half men." >> time is running. >> "mad men." >> don't tell her. >> come right over here. >> hoda, close your eyes.
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look at the screen, sal. do you see that? >> i can see it. >> come on, sal. talk to me. >> not a woman. >> it's a man. >> very good. >> the guy that comes in with the funny hair. >> there are a thousand ways you go with this. >> what else? what else? >> he's a comedian. >> done king? >> he had his own show? a lot of hair with his own show. >> long show, like ten years. very famous guy. >> and? >> we're keeping the scores even. >> what was the answer? >> can i tell? >> it was "seinfeld." >> cramer, cramer! >> it's a tie. >> that stunk. >> they should each get a present because it was so bad. >> we'll make sure they're both
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hooked up. >> you guys, come back and see us tomorrow. we have a lot coming up tomorrow. ed sherine is going to perform. we'll have our ambush makeover. >> that was awful, awful. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true.
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nbc bay area news starts now. good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. now just five days away, kickoff
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on the 49ers' official quest for six. we tart the day with a little bit of a wide receiver controversy pitting a current player against a full blown legend. randy moss and jerry rice. >> moss made a bold statement at media day saying that he believes he is the best receiver in history, that's a claim that has jerry rice and some niners fans scratching their heads. come cast sports bay area is here with what they both had to say. >> randy moss took a year off from football last year. he said this time was he was fishing during the week and watching football on sunday. now he'll be playing in the biggest football game of them all this sunday, looking for his first super bowl championship. yesterday at media day he created quite a buzz when he talked. whenever randy talks, it creates a buzz. he doesn't do it all that often. when he was talking for 60 minutes people were lis